unconstitutional. he proposed state nullification of the affordable care act. he even thinks there's a united nation's conspiracy to abolish golf courses. >> well, re verks, sorry i'm laughing, but it doesn't pass the laugh test. at the end of the day, i think we have to look at the commonality that ted cruz a and marco spsz rubio have. that is they are both power thirszty. it really is a problem at this point. they say that they're elected to come to washington to create change. but, at some point, you have to evaluate the types of change that you're implementing. if the types of change that you're implementing is causing stalemates, preventing laws that make good sense from being enacted and signed by if president,that is a huge, huge problem. at some point, you have to say we're going backwards. or, rev, as you know, they say in the church, we are backsliding. >> yeah, they do say that.